I hope to meet your intellectual property planning and utilization needs from my experience as a corporate engineer and in business strategy enforcement, my knowledge of civil law and intellectual property law that I gained at graduate school, and my experience as a patent attorney. I would appreciate your guidance.
Mr. Tadanori Yoshida received his M. S. from Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University.
He joined Hitachi, Ltd., where he was engaged in research and development of semiconductor manufacturing device and process at its Semiconductor Division.
He left Hitachi Ltd. in 2002, because he wanted to try a new field (Intellectual Property). He entered Graduate School of Law, Waseda University and majored in Civil Code and Civil Procedure Law there. He has written "Claim analysis in patent infringement lawsuits" in the Takabayashi laboratory.
In 2004, he was admitted to practice as a Japanese Patent Attorney, and he worked as a patent attorney in a patent firm in Tokyo from 2005 to 2011.
In 2011, he started DORAIT IP Law Firm.
His main fields of technical expertise include semiconductor devices, processes, and circuits, Nano-technology, materials, chemistry, law, contracts (negotiations), and litigations.
- 2009: Chairperson, Patent Committee, Japan Patent Attorneys Association
- 2013: Executive, Japan Patent Attorneys Association
- 2005-2011: Lecturer, Niigata University ("Startup strategy 101")
- 2016-: Lecturer, Tohoku University ("Semiconductors and intellectual property rights")